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Living Letters

We had a refreshing visit with John. He was cordial, gracious, interesting, and entertaining–in a subtle sort of way. He was one of those people that make you ask, “Tell me more.” We met him Monday when we went to pick up something at his home. Our visit lasted much longer than the errand required. We were…

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Does It Matter?

After the, “Amen,” the six-year-old looked at us and said, “You really love God, don’t you?” When Robert and I took our little friend for a hamburger, we held hands and had a blessing before we ate. It seems that she was not accustomed to doing that with her family, at least not in public. Another time,…

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